It had been useful at Maradon. Nobody knew he had it. That was important.
2. I should like to hear one of your stories. Perhaps you could tell me of the time your father and you visited Shara?
3. Being married is not so bad, Perrin. Why didn't you tell me it was not so bad? I think I am rather fond of it.
5. "Creator shelter us," she whispered. Mat scowled. "You know, that's
what Tuon said."
The right thing had always seemed clear to Galad before, but never had it felt as right as this. Those streaks of light were like indicators on a map, arrows pointing his way. The Light itself guided him. It had prepared him, placed him here at this moment.
7. "Nobody travels the Ways," Ituralde said, aghast.
8. Egwene strode around a frozen pillar of glass in her dream. It almost looked like a column of light. What did it mean? She could not interpret it.
9. The letter was written in Mat's hand. And, Elayne noticed with amusement, the handwriting was much neater and the spelling much better in this one than the one he'd sent her weeks ago.
10. "And farewell to you, old friend," she said to the air. "Until I dream again."
11. "One more thing, the marath'damane . . ." "I'll deal with those channelers personally," Mat said. She gawked at him as if he were insane.
12. Enough talk. You will bed me now.
13. "We must spread the word to all of our allies," Amys said. "We must not use this weave."
14. That, she replied back, is something one should never, never say to an Aes Sedai. Ever.
15. “It is a simple thing, to stop a man’s heart,” Cadsuane said, arms folded.
16. "Do not cut off your foot for fear that a snake will bite it, Perrin Aybara. Do not make a terrible mistake because you fear something that seems worse. This is all I will say on the topic."
17. "It is one of the three things which I will require of you. Your payment, to me, in exchange for my life."
18. Fortuona ignored her, standing. "This woman is my new Soe'feia. Holy woman, she who may not be touched. We have been blessed. Let it be known."
19. "What did you do to your eye?" "A little accident with a corkscrew and thirteen angry innkeepers."
As Tam attacked again, Rand lifted the sword and-
21. And you don't feel a small measure of pride?Egwene asked herself. Rand al'Thor, once simple village boy and your near-betrothed, now the most powerful man in the world? You don't feel proud of what he's done?